Working at Rabin Martin



Rabin Martin is a global health strategy firm with a growing portfolio of projects in the U.S. and around the world. We work at the leading edge of emerging issues, bringing fresh thinking to today’s greatest health challenges. Our creative and intellectually curious team is drawn from a wide range of business, public health, policy, advocacy and communications backgrounds, and is focused on transforming client priorities into market-leading success stories.

At Rabin Martin, productivity and initiative are recognized and rewarded. There are exceptional opportunities for advancement and we are committed to helping the ideal candidate develop and enhance her/his abilities.

We welcome new team members who have a passion for improving health.

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Summer Intern New York, NY Full-Time

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Job Description:

Rabin Martin, a New York-based global health strategy consulting firm, operates at the intersection of the private sector and public health arena. Rooted in its mission to reach new populations and to create initiatives to improve the lives of people around the world, the firm provides strategic consulting services to clients that lay the groundwork for multi-year reputation and market development programs. By blending its reputation and strategy consulting capabilities, the firm has created a unique value proposition that allows clients to be successful in opening new markets, developing new partnerships and achieving long-term success. For more than 14 years, Rabin Martin has established itself as a respected thought leader for creating partnerships and designing best-in-class approaches for addressing pressing issues across the areas of infectious disease, women’s health, neglected diseases and chronic illness. Through these varied efforts, the firm has played a significant part in advancing the role of the private sector in global public health.

 

We are currently looking for an Intern to support the firm on several exciting and expanding projects in the field of public health and business development.  The ideal candidate will be a college graduate or graduate student that has strong research and writing skills.  There is a heavy emphasis on following disease issues, especially in developing countries.  This candidate must be able to jump in to provide support wherever it is needed; we are committed to helping the ideal candidate develop and enhance their abilities.

 

Hours/Requirements: Office hours are 9-5:30 pm M-F; Intern schedule flexible, 30-40 hours per week, with a minimum of 30 hours.

 

Hiring date: Summer 2017 (June 5 – August 11)

 

Please submit a cover letter and resume by March 27, 2017 for this position to: summerinternship@rabinmartin.com.  Please enter the word “Summer Internship” in the subject line.

Main responsibilities/tasks

  • Conducting research on public health issues
  • Providing support to senior staff including developing memos, presentations, issue briefs and backgrounders, updating lists and recording meeting minutes
  • Supporting team administrative needs such as helping to arrange meetings, travel support, etc.

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Excellent research skills with the ability to organize and synthesize information effectively
  • Strong administrative skills
  • Ability to handle several projects simultaneously and establish work priorities
  • Ability to take direction as well as work and think independently
  • Pursing a degree, interest or experience in global/public health, communications, economics or similar degree
  • Strong computer skills (Windows environment: Word, Outlook, Excel & PowerPoint)

 

Junior Associate New York, NY Full-Time

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Job Description:

Rabin Martin is in search of an energetic individual to join our growing firm as a Junior Associate. Candidate should have some experience in public health or other health-related disciplines. Strong writing, communication, research and organization skills are necessary for this position. The ideal candidate will be able to start immediately and jump in to provide support wherever needed.
This is an entry-level position.

Main responsibilities/tasks

  • Help manage relationships with clients, collaborators, grantees and stakeholders from various sectors
  • Prepare briefing materials for senior executives for meetings, events and field visits (US and international)
  • Draft, edit and prepare reports, issue briefs, and other client materials and presentations; synthesize information and craft clear recommendations
  • Conduct desk research and stakeholder interviews to inform clients’ direction in meeting their objectives
  • Stay abreast of trends relevant to our clients’ interests in global health (e.g., access to medicines, maternal health, infectious disease, non-communicable diseases,  health policy, etc.)
  • Perform media and issues monitoring, reporting and management
  • Help support efficient functioning of multi-disciplinary team (general account management, including tracking program progress, arranging meetings, drafting agendas, etc.)

 

Candidates should have the following qualities/skills

• Creative, organized, flexible; ability to work independently and in a fast-paced team setting to respond effectively to client needs
• Exceptional writing and research skills, including ability to understand technical literature, interpret data and present information in a clear, compelling and easy-to-understand way
• Strong analytical (qualitative and quantitative) skills
• Outstanding interpersonal skills
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (required)
• At least 1+ years of relevant work experience in public health programming, corporate social responsibility, public policy, or public-private partnerships (preferred)
• Experience working in a consulting environment or with the business sector (preferred)
• Work experience in low or middle income countries (preferred)